The table presents information about the average annual income per person, in US dollars, and the percentage growth of the same, in different European countries between 2008 and 2013.
Overall, 4 countries: Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Poland, experienced an increase in their average annual income, 3 countries saw a reduction, this countries are Greece, Italy and United Kingdome. And one of the countries, did not change between these years.
Of the 4 countries that experienced increase, the largest rise was seen in Poland, which shows a 22% of growth in five years and reaches the highest level of the table. The second country that present a significant climb on their annual income, was Luxembourg, showing and increase of 17%, albeit not as great as Poland. And just above, we can find Belgium with an increase of 15% and Autria with 13%.
On the other hand, from the countries that experienced a fall in their annual income, the marked drop was observed in Greece with a -13% from 2008 to 2013, followed by Italy with a -12% and the United Kingdome with a -4% of decrease on the same period of time.
Finally, Netherlands is the only country that remain constant annual income in these five years, with an income of 29,000 U.S. Dollars.
Nice answer Wendy 😊
+ Good short introduction
+ Good overview. Although, we wouldn’t usually use a colon in the middle of a sentence.
+ Good structure- very logical
– Be careful with “this” (singular) and “these” (plural): “this countries” (should be “these)
– Be careful with spelling: “Kingdome”, “Autria”
– Be careful with prepositions: “on the same period of time.” (should be “over”)
Thank you so much for your feedbak Eli!! I appreciate it and I’ll be working on it 🙂